How banks and hospitals are cashing in when patients can’t pay for health care

Some credit cards advertised by hospitals lure in patients with rosy promises of convenient, low-interest payments on big bills. But interest rates soar if you can't quickly pay off the loan.(Image credit: sesame/Getty Images)

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